This will be the third visit to Belfast with the diminutive five-piece, who pack a big blue collar Australian rock punch - something they are keen to build upon within the Black Dog Rising Sonsgs, especially after their performances at Download and at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods ceremony.
Indeed, the band believe that after 'the difficult secong album' they have achieved much of what they wanted in terms of the sound.
Front man Joel McKeefe explained where they were when it came down to record the new album: "We might have rushed a few things here and there, because we had two world tours back top back up agains each other - and we recorded the music in the middle of all that. We even had some shows between recording. This time we spaced it out!"
Tickets, priced £20 (excl fee) go on sale this Friday, August 23rd, from all usual outlets; support is from Black Spiders.